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FOR SALE Muddy outdoors Climbing Sticks

Jackalope

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Set of 5 Muddy outdoors Climbing sticks used 1 season.

$150 To your door.

Usually sold as as set of 4 plus you have to but single stick to make 5.

Caellas Retail 149.99 (4) + 39.99 (1) +tax + shipping. comes out to about $200





Uses a gear drive step system




Stackable



 

Jackalope

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Sorry Catfish.. I traded them for 4 Lone Wolf sticks last night. Which was my reason for selling them so the trade worked out well. Thanks for looking though.
 

Fluteman

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Dang, I would have bought a single stick off you had I known you were selling them. Glad you made the transition though.
 

Jackalope

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Dang, I would have bought a single stick off you had I known you were selling them. Glad you made the transition though.


I was selling them to buy the LW Sticks. But someone offered a trade. 4 lw sticks for 5 muddy. (same height on tree) Sorry flutey i forgot man.
 

Jackalope

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Height vs weight. The LW sticks are 32" @ 2.5lbs, Muddy is 20" @ 2.5lbs. You have way more weight in Muddy sticks to reach the same height as the LW's.

Yep.. While I think the Muddy sticks are "nicer".. It's a height vs weight issue.. It takes me 5 muddy sticks to get the same height as 4 LW sticks. That's 2.5 pounds extra. Or as I look at it, For the same weight i can get 6-7 feet higher with the LW sticks..
 

jagermeister

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Sounds like you got a good trade there, Joe. I think I'm going to be buying the LW sticks as well. I would like to have one muddy for the top stick, though.
 

hickslawns

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Don't be afraid to check out the Leverage sticks either Jim. Problem is they are on backorder and I am being told mid August ship date. Very similar and at a better price. I really can't wait to get them in stock so I can give them the once over. Look good on paper, but until I see them and try them out I just don't know.
 

Fluteman

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Don't be afraid to check out the Leverage sticks either Jim. Problem is they are on backorder and I am being told mid August ship date. Very similar and at a better price. I really can't wait to get them in stock so I can give them the once over. Look good on paper, but until I see them and try them out I just don't know.

The only thing I could see from the pics that I didn't care for was the fact that hey use the same snap clip to attach the strap to the stick as they do on the stands. That's a lot of clanking around in the dark to do while hanging sticks, cause I usually turn my headland off when hanging sticks and a stand. I have excellent night vision because of being colorblind, and I always felt like I stuck out like a sore thumb with a light on climbing up a tree.
 

rgecko23

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The only thing I could see from the pics that I didn't care for was the fact that hey use the same snap clip to attach the strap to the stick as they do on the stands. That's a lot of clanking around in the dark to do while hanging sticks, cause I usually turn my headland off when hanging sticks and a stand. I have excellent night vision because of being colorblind, and I always felt like I stuck out like a sore thumb with a light on climbing up a tree.

I also feel like if you are using your light, it takes alot longer for your eyes to adjust after you get set up.
 

jagermeister

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The only thing I could see from the pics that I didn't care for was the fact that hey use the same snap clip to attach the strap to the stick as they do on the stands. That's a lot of clanking around in the dark to do while hanging sticks, cause I usually turn my headland off when hanging sticks and a stand. I have excellent night vision because of being colorblind, and I always felt like I stuck out like a sore thumb with a light on climbing up a tree.

That's the same reason why I've ruled out the leverage sticks as an option. Less noise is ALWAYS better. And I'm willing to pay for less noise.